Marsha Maharani (Marsha) has been graduated from Bachelor program of Law, University of Indonesia. Currently Marsha serves as a research at IJRS. Currently, Marsha works around women’s and children’s issues. Currently Marsha is involved in the monitoring and evaluation (monev) of the implementation of Supreme Court Regulation no. 3 of 2017 concerning Guidelines for Prosecuting Women in Conflict with the Law (Perma 3/2017) and Technical Guidance (bimtek) of the Attorney General’s Office regarding Guidelines for the Indonesian Prosecutor’s Office No. 1 of 2021 concerning Access to Justice for Women and Children in Handling Criminal Cases (Guidelines 1/2021). In addition, Marsha is also involved in advocacy and studies related to the Draft Law on the Elimination of Sexual Violence (RUU PKS).

Prior to becoming a Research Assistant, Marsha was an enumerator at IJRS in the Sexual Violence Verdict Indexation program. At the beginning of her career as a Research Assistant at IJRS, Marsha managed to write an article entitled “Just marry!: how the handling of sexual violence has not focused on the recovery and rights of victims” for the online media The Conversation with Bestha Inatsan (Researcher).

marsha@ijrs.or.id

Education

Bachelor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia

Publication